Reliance wanted to make the incubation programme a bi-annual event which will be finalised by February 2015.
Anil Ambani-led Reliance Games said that it will soon incubate and invest in startups in the gaming sector, according to a report published in Economic Times.
"For incubators, we want to look at India as the first starting point," Manish Agarwal, CEO, Reliance Entertainment-Digital told ET.
"We are currently evaluating a couple of guys whose games we have received. So far we have got some encouraging concepts and prototypes," he added.
The report further stated that Reliance, which sees at least 1.5 lakh mobile downloads of its games every day in India, said it wanted to make the incubation programme a bi-annual event and the plans will be finalised by February 2015.
"Our core stated objective is to really work with the ecosystem in India," said Agarwal, adding that the company will mentor startups on engineering, product management and designing, and character illustration. The IP will be shared between Reliance Games and the startups.